Wall Street Journal reporter condemned for “revealing” editorials by Satoshi Nakamoto – Bitcoin News
Last week, mainstream media has been reporting that “Bitcoin’s creator Satoshi Nakamoto may be in [a] Trial in Florida. In addition, the name “Satoshi Nakamoto” has been popular in people’s discussions on social media in the past few days.
Discussions on the Internet about the mysterious creator of Bitcoin are in full swing
Last week, the long-awaited Kleiman v. Wright case started trial in Florida. This case aroused great interest in mainstream media publications, such as Fox News, this Daily mail,as well as Wall Street Journal. Vertical trends on Twitter are also show The name “Satoshi Nakamoto” has appeared in many conversations this week. According to statistics, since October 2nd, people’s interest in Bitcoin creators has increased by 48.71%. Google Trends search query score The theme is “Satoshi Nakamoto”.
The aforementioned media publications asserted in some editorials that the Florida trial can reveal the true identity of Satoshi Nakamoto. Ira Kleiman, brother of the Kleiman family and the late computer forensics expert Dave Kleiman, believes that their Dave’s wealth has been manipulated.Kleiman Estate Accuse Craig Wright implemented “a plan against Dave’s estate to confiscate Dave’s Bitcoin and his rights to certain intellectual property rights related to Bitcoin technology.”
Speaking Together with Paul Vigna of the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), Kleiman’s family lawyer, Vel Freedman, explained that the plaintiffs believed they had made strong accusations against Craig Wright, who claimed to be the inventor of Bitcoin. “We believe that the evidence will show that there is a partnership to create and mine more than 1 million bitcoins,” Friedman told Vigna.
Skeptics criticize media reports discussing so-called revelations
After the Wall Street Journal reporter Shared this story On Twitter, Vinia was blamed for promoting Wright’s story. Wizsec Bitcoin Research is a group of researchers who have criticized Wright’s story on various occasions in the past, calling Vigna’s “Wall Street Journal” editorial “irresponsible.”
“It is irresponsible for you to deliberately ignore or downplay proven lies, forgery and fraud while expressing their claims,” ??Wizsec Said Go to Vigna on Twitter. “You deliberately introduced a scam to your readers without properly warning them that it was a scam. Any future victims in it are on you.” Another person wrote to Vigna and Ask:
What happened to the fact check?
Wright’s supporters believe the high-profile court case will solve the problem
At the same time, Wright’s followers and Bitcoin (BSV) Supporters wholeheartedly believe that this case will solve the problem once and for all.An enthusiastic follower wrote: “Dr. Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto — BSV It’s the real Bitcoin. “
On November 15th, gambling tycoon and billionaire Calvin Al Tweet News about the Florida trial is spreading and shared a editorial Fox News wrote: “Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto may be exposed in the Florida trial.”
Al wrote on Monday: “The news of the Nakamoto trial is leaking, and now the full history of the launch of Bitcoin in Florida will have a large audience.”
Wright went on to swear that he invented Bitcoin alone – Wright’s critics still don’t believe him
So far, the case has revealed some interesting things because court officials and lawyers were told that Wright has autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Although Kleiman tried to make this unacceptable, the jury decided to consider the matter. Wright continues to argue that he invented Bitcoin himself, and Dave Kleiman was not his partner when he created the technology.
In addition, this artist is called “@Fractal encryptionWright’s statement was transcribed on the seventh day of the trial. Fractal encrypted Long tweet thread It started at the end of the sixth day and has been very popular. According to the transcription of Fractalencrypt, faced with numerous documents, Wright kept arguing throughout the trial that Kleiman was a friend, but not the co-creator of Bitcoin.
What do you think of the Kleiman v. Wright case and the discussions surrounding this case on social media? Please tell us your thoughts on this topic in the comments section below.
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